Arrows had set has set base in Pretoria for the past week during which they played Bidvest Wits, Bloemfontein Celtic and Orlando Pirates.
"It was very important for us to have played all those games in Johannesburg against other Premier League teams. Right now all is looking positive with the team getting into shape the way I want it to.
"I am happy with the squad that I have assembled of 27 players which includes three goalkeepers and a couple of youngsters. I am not looking much into the transfer market at the moment though I will take a quality striker if I can get one," says Ertugral.
The Arrows mentor has brought in four youngsters Ndabenhle Mthembu, Thabiso Kwela, Nkanyiso Madonsela, Bhekisizwe Nkosi and Bongi Ntuli into the first team.
Following a disastrous season last term Arrows will not have restructured their squad with Andre Petim, Helton Da Rocha, Stephane Loboue, Msawakhe Sikhosana, Robyn Johannes, Elrio van Heerden, Clifford Ngobeni, Siphelele Mthembu, Katlego Mashego, Tony Mawejje, Siyabonga Nkosi and Vigril Vries all no longer with the club.
While Ertugral is already settled on his squad the only challenge that he is facing is with regards to sorting out his foreign quota.
The former Kaizer Chiefs coach wants to have four foreigners and will leave the fifth spot open.
Latvian goalkeeper Pavels Steinbors, Zambian midfielder Justin Zulu, Malian midfielder Souleymane Keita and Collins Mbesuma and Joseph Musonda are all at the club at the moment.
"With the goalkeepers I have, Pavels, who will become our third goalkeeper once his papers are issued. The reality is that I cannot commit to the foreign players until their work permits have been issued after which I will then be able to make a decision," explains Ertugral.
Meanwhile, Ertugral has retained Shaun Bartlett as his assistant with the club’s former skipper Bheka Phakathi stepping in as the other assistant while Markus Gaupp remains the goalkeeper coach.
Elsa Storm has been retained as fitness trainer.